Samsung Electronics (KRX: 005930) introduced this week its new Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab A, which seems to take on Amazon's cheap tablets like Amazon Fire. If you are looking for an inexpensive tablet that offers improved performance and ease of daily use, the Galaxy Tab A could be it.
New Tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab A (8.0 '')
According to the South Korean multinational electronics, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet allows you to do more, faster, whether you are at home or on the go. It has a long battery life (5,000 mAh) that allows you to send e-mails, movies, games, and so on. from a single charge that can last up to 14 hours.
Small business owners who travel a lot and need a multifunction device to work on the move may want the Galaxy Tab A to have 16GB of built-in storage with up to 256 GB of expandable memory for storing additional files. And if you need more screen size than your phone's screen, the A tab has an eight-inch 1280 x 800 screen that looks good no matter the light, while keeping the portable device.
"This is the tablet that is as easy to take as on the couch, with a long battery life for the whole family to spend all day," wrote Sangsuk Roh, vice president of strategy tablet products. for Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics, on the company's NewsRoom blog.
Tab A Characteristics of the family
Similar to Amazon's Fire tablets, the Galaxy Tab A also contains family features that allow kids to have their own accounts with pre-configured parental controls, such as available content and limits of time. A handy "kids mode" fills the tablet with games and apps from Samsung partners, including Lego.
The A tab has a smooth metal body and smooth rounded edges that make it comfortable to hold. It became available for $ 229.99 on November 1, offered in WiFi or LTE models in black, silver and gold.
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